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Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases (B.A.,M.A.,B.A.-B.Ed.,B.Sc.-B.Ed.,B.Ed.,M.Ed.)

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    Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases (B.A.,M.A.,B.A.-B.Ed.,B.Sc.-B.Ed.,B.Ed.,M.Ed.)
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    HEAITHY HABITHS WHICH PREVENTS FROM INFECTION DISEAS
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    Dont share personal items. ... Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze. ... Get vaccinated. ... Practice safe sex. ... Dont pick your nose (or your mouth or eyes either). ... Exercise caution with animals. ... Watch the news.
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    Wash your hands well. ... Cover a cough. ... Wash and bandage all cuts. ... Do not pick at healing wounds or blemishes, or squeeze pimples. Dont share dishes, glasses, or eating utensils. Avoid direct contact with napkins, tissues, handkerchiefs, or similar items used by others.
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    Infections are caused by microscopic organisms known as pathogens—bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites—that enter the body, multiply, and interfere with normal functions.
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  • MS.AASTHA JAIN 2859 Hrs 26 Min 42 Sec

    #Aastha Jain # JV-I/18/2578 # B.sc- B.Ed ( pcm ) 7th sem # Jayoti vidhyapeeth womens university # Help stop covid - 19 # the best actions to take to slow the transmission of COVID-19 include: Social distancing (maintain a distance of 6 feet between yourself and others) Stay at home Avoid touching your face Wash your hands frequently with soap for 20 seconds each time Wear a cloth mask Like the common cold and influenza viruses, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, travels through the air in respiratory droplets propelled by an infected person’s sneeze or cough. “Research now suggests that droplets may even be emitted from just speaking or breathing and can potentially last in the air for three hours before falling to the ground,” Liao says, pointing out a worrying characteristic of the virus’ ability to spread easily between people. Another concerning pattern emerging from studies of outbreaks in the U.S. and other countries is that infected people may spread the virus even if they have no symptoms (called asymptomatic) or before they show signs of infection, a stage of disease called pre-symptomatic. Up to 25% of people infected with COVID-19 may not show symptoms and feel fine, according to an estimate by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That’s why the CDC recommends wearing a cloth mask in public. But you’ve likely heard several kinds of masks mentioned in the news, so Liao explains the differences between them. The medical-grade N95 respirator, which forms a tight seal against the face, is designed to filter out 95% of very small particles about 0.3 microns in size. (As a comparison, E. coli bacteria is about 1 micron in size.) Since the masks provide such a high level of protection, the CDC recommends that N95 respirators be reserved for health care providers who are interacting with and treating coronavirus patients. Surgical masks, by comparison, fit loosely around the wearer’s nose and mouth and provide a physical barrier, not a filtrating one, against particles and germs. “They protect the wearer against large respiratory droplets, but not smaller particles, so are not considered reliable respiratory protection by the CDC,” Liao says. However, these should also be reserved for health care workers, she adds. For protection in public places, the CDC recommends that people wear some form of cloth mask. However, the nature of the cloth material means that they too act only as a physical barrier and do not fully protect the wearer by filtering out COVID-19 droplets. “You may not feel like others need protection from you, especially if you are not feeling sick,” Liao says. But the reason for the cloth mask is primarily to protect others around you, Liao says. Another way to protect yourself is to regularly clean frequently touched surfaces at home, like doorknobs and faucets, as the virus appears to survive on surfaces for hours to days. Disinfectants can be cleaning liquids .

  • MANISHA CHAUDHARY 3022 Hrs 05 Min 01 Sec

    #Manisha choudhary#21328 B.sc B.ed 1st sem #Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy break Thank you

  • RINKU RUNIWAL 3101 Hrs 55 Min 53 Sec

    #rinku runiwal #21016#ba b.ed 1st sem#jv-1/21/5138#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning.

  • BHARTI VERMA 3101 Hrs 59 Min 02 Sec

    #bharti verma #21103#ba b.ed #jv-1/21/5166#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm.

  • SHIKHA BORANA 3102 Hrs 06 Min 44 Sec

    #shikha borana #21233#ba b.ed 1st sem #jv-1/21/5220#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you

  • SUMAN MEENA 3102 Hrs 10 Min 34 Sec

    #suman meena #21085#ba b.ed 1st sem#jv-1/21/5157# Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day.

  • SUNITA 3102 Hrs 16 Min 11 Sec

    #suman meena #21084#ba b.ed 1st sem #jv-1/21/5157#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day.

  • SUNITA 3102 Hrs 21 Min 11 Sec

    #suman meena#21085#ba b.ed 1st sem #jv-1/21/5157#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • SUNITA 3102 Hrs 24 Min 08 Sec

    #sunita kuri#21241#ba b.ed 1st sem #jv-1/21/5223#AYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • SALONI SAHU 3120 Hrs 58 Min 17 Sec

    Saloni sahu#21124#B.Sc B.Ed 1sem 1st year #Jv-I/21/5174# Healthy habits which prevent from infections dieseas Healthy habit to avoid disease Wash your hands often. Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill .during our daily chores we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanisms, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence always in still the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. Stop nose picking. This habit of digging gold is one of the worst health habits . picking your nose constantly can cause amd spread various infection like cold and flu since cold virus is passed inti your body through the mucus . After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose,will ensure that you land at the doctors clinic. Hence,stop this awkward habit of pulling out stickly substance from your nose. Stretching is important. Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time inaoffice and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted . This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains . To says Dr.Sunesara Breathe the right way . The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique--says Dr.Sunesara We should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation Eat a morning . Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day Cut your nails regularly Avoid sharing personal items Avoid touch any things Avoid dirtyness . Bath regularly Washing hands regularly #THANK YOU #

  • NITU KUMAWAT 3149 Hrs 30 Min 15 Sec

    Neetu kumawat #B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#jv-i/21/5177#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU. ANISHA DHABHAI 67 Hrs 50 Min 01 Sec Anisha Dhabhai #B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#JV-I/21/5155#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • TANISHKA RAJPUT 3216 Hrs 16 Min 48 Sec

    #Tanishka rajput # bsd b.ed #jv-i/19/3268 5 semester TOPIC- HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE MedStar Harbor Hospital executive chef Tim Norris said “most of the diets that men are on, are high in fat, and those fats are without omega-3 fatty acids which you need to help push the heart. We’re not eating some of those things, and it’s almost to the last minute when we’re having issues.” Issues such as ending up and getting treated in a hospital. This advice comes from Norris who has been involved with the diet and nutrition industry in one way or another for nearly 30 years. “I went to visit a family member years ago, in the hospital, didn’t like the food at all. If I ever get a chance to work in a hospital, I’m going to help change that. I’m in a hospital now. Didn’t plan it. It just happened like that,” Norris said. Chef Tim recommends a high fiber diet which provides a long list of health benefits such as help men lose weight, lower the risks of heart disease, diabetes, and even some cancers. “When you eat a diet that’s high in fiber, that’s your soluble dietary fiber. It will create cessation. Cessation is when your body tells you that its full. So, that comes from eating beans, and high fiber items like that. The insoluble, like the skins, most people throw those away, those things are good for you,” Norris said. Even Chef Tim admits he has a weakness for snacks like chili cheese fries and nachos. Although, he doesn’t believe you have to give up your favorite snack if enjoyed in moderation. What is more concerning is that the occurrences of these diseases are becoming higher among youth and even small children are affected by the same. Blame it on a hectic and tight busy work schedules, smoking habits, alcohol abuse, sleepless nights, skipping meals, spending long hours in front computers and unhealthy diets and quick bites at coffee bars. To add this list are the evergreen culprits’ fast foods and munching on sweets recklessly. Lifestyle diseases, As the name suggests, are caused by lifestyle habits, and hence they can be prevented by following simple changes in day to day life. These changes can move you towards a better and healthier you; they say “Prevention Is Better Than Cure.” Hence adopt these lifestyle tips, rest assured your body would only thank you for taking care of it. Decrease intake of added sugars and processed foods, including refined grains like white flour and white rice. This especially includes sugary drinks, not only sodas but also juices. The best drinks are water, seltzer, and tea or coffee without sugar. Swap out refined grains for whole grains. Whole grains are actually real grains that haven’t been stripped of nutrients in processing. Foods made from 100% whole grain (like whole wheat) are okay, but intact whole grains (like farro, quinoa, corn, oatmeal, and brown rice) are even better. Swapping out grains for starchy veggies (like potatoes) is also okay, as long as these veggies aren’t in the form of french fries! Increase fiber intake. High-fiber foods include most vegetables and fruits. Legumes are also high in fiber and healthy plant protein. Legumes include lentils, beans, chickpeas, peas, edamame, and soy. People who eat a lot of high-fiber foods tend to eat fewer calories, weigh less, and have a lower risk of diabetes. Increase fruits and vegetables intake. At least half of our food intake every day should be non-starchy fruits and vegetables, the more colorful the better. Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts, and high-fiber fruits like berries of all kinds, are especially healthy. All fruits and vegetables are associated with living a significantly longer and healthier life! Diet and lifestyle changes that can help prevent diabetes Diet and lifestyle changes are so effective for diabetes prevention that as of April 2018, insurance companies are now covering these programs for people at risk. The CDC’s Diabetes Prevention Program, used in many clinics, is a free tool to help you learn and stick with the healthy diet, physical activity, and stress management techniques that reduce your risk of diabetes.

  • KHUSHI KUMAWAT 3217 Hrs 09 Min 27 Sec

    Khushi kumawat #B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#JV-I/21/5188#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • CHARU KUMAWAT 3217 Hrs 12 Min 12 Sec

    Charu kumawat #B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#21212#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • NIKITA KUMAWAT 3217 Hrs 21 Min 09 Sec

    Nikita kumawat #B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#21354#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • ANISHA DHABHAI 3217 Hrs 25 Min 23 Sec

    Anisha Dhabhai #B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#JV-I/21/5155#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • EKTA KUMAWAT 3217 Hrs 36 Min 04 Sec

    Ekta kumawat#B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#JV-I/21/5173#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • NIKITA KUMAWAT 3217 Hrs 38 Min 30 Sec

    Nikita kumawat#B.A.-B.Ed. 1st sem 1st year#JV-I/21/5171#JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY JAIPUR#TOPIC:-HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENT FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often#Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 2: Stop nose picking#This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 3: Stretching is important#Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries, make sure to regularly pratice stretching every morning – says Dr. Sunesara.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 4: Breathe the right way#The best way to improve your health is by improving your breathing technique – says Dr. Sunesara. Dr. Sunesara recommends – we should breathe from our diaphragm instead of breathing from our chest. This change in the breathing pattern will help to maximize the oxygen intake and will also ensure that you stay calm. Change your breathing style to improve the way your body functions and blood circulation.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 5:Eat a healthy breakfast#Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. Result? You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 6: Bathing is good#Make sure you cleanse yourself thoroughly with a good refreshing shower gel or soap. A good shower is necessary to remove dirt and odor from your body and bathing also helps you to revitalize. Make your shower time a pamper time, by cleaning each part of your body thoroughly to prevent infection and foul odor.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 7: Cut your nails regularly#Long nails will not only make performing your daily tasks difficult but it can also act as a host for infections and germs. When you touch several things, there is a huge chances of the germs getting stuck into your nails – says Dr. Sunesara. These germs can pass to your mouth, when you nibble your food.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 8: Avoid sharing personal items#Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 9: Always apply sunscreen#Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your skin, whenever you venture out.This habit will keep various skin problems like skin cancer and melanoma at bay. Besides, it will also decrease skin damage and give you a younger looking skin for a long time.#Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 10: Say no to sugary items#Sugary items are as toxic as alcohol and cigarettes. Excess presence of sugar in your body, can have sever negative effects on your weight and skin. Avoid sugary items and sweet sodas to keep diabetes and other chronic diseases at bay. #THANK YOU.

  • NITU KUMAWAT 3217 Hrs 56 Min 54 Sec

    Neetu kumawat # jv-i/21/5177 # BA-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • NIKITA KUMAWAT 3218 Hrs 04 Min 11 Sec

    Nikita kumawat # jv-i/21/5171 # BA-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • EKTA KUMAWAT 3218 Hrs 06 Min 01 Sec

    Ekta kumawat # jv-i/21/5173 # BA-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • KALPANA JAKHAR 3219 Hrs 45 Min 26 Sec

    #kalpana jakhar #21089 #ba.bed1st semester#jvwu #Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains

  • KALPANA JAKHAR 3219 Hrs 58 Min 10 Sec

    #kalpana jakhar #21089 #ba.bed 1st semester #jvwu #

  • NIKITA SHARMA 3220 Hrs 07 Min 48 Sec

    #nikita sharma #21228#ba.bed1st semester#jvwu#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • MONIKA SHARMA 3220 Hrs 12 Min 48 Sec

    #monika sharma#21229#ba .bed 1st semester#jvwu#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • NIKITA SHARMA 3220 Hrs 21 Min 36 Sec

    #MONIKA SHARMA #21228#ba.bed 1st semster#jvwu#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • MS.HANSA DEVI 3220 Hrs 28 Min 02 Sec

    #hansa devi#21350#ba.bed 1st semester#jvwuHEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENTS FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Adult also takes Vaccine.Drain any standing water near your home to prevent mosquito from breeding. Check your neighbourhood and pick up to trash , discarded cans, bottles and other containers that can contain enough water to allow mosquito to breed. In addition to protect your pet animal , this will also protect you and your

  • NEERU GURJAR 3220 Hrs 45 Min 20 Sec

    #neeru gurjar#21128#ba.bed 1st semester#jvwu#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day.

  • AKSHITA SHARMA 3221 Hrs 27 Min 10 Sec

    #kalpana jakhar #21089#ba.bed1st semester#jvwu#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day.

  • AKSHITA SHARMA 3221 Hrs 38 Min 41 Sec

    #nikita sharma#21229#ba .bed 1st semester#jvwu# Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • AKSHITA SHARMA 3221 Hrs 54 Min 11 Sec

    #monika sharma#21228#ba.bed#1st semester#jvwu# Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • UMA SHARMA 3221 Hrs 56 Min 13 Sec

    #Uma Sharma # 21242# B.A.B.Ed # JVWU #HEALTHY HABITS WHICH PREVENTS FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Adult also takes Vaccine.Drain any standing water near your home to prevent mosquito from breeding. Check your neighbourhood and pick up to trash , discarded cans, bottles and other containers that can contain enough water to allow mosquito to breed. In addition to protect your pet animal , this will also protect you and your family.

  • AKSHITA SHARMA 3222 Hrs 01 Min 04 Sec

    #akshita sharma#21014#ba.bed#1st semester#jvwu# Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • VANDANA SHARMA 3222 Hrs 02 Min 18 Sec

    #Vandana Sharma #21244 # B.A.B.Ed # JVWU Healthy Habits which Prevents from Infectious Disease Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#Wash your hand with soap and water after touching dirty particles , before taking meal , after using bathroom. Cutting your finger nails regularly. Purification of drinking water. Start loving vegetables. In vegetable vitamins are present that are essential for our life and promote good health in every way. Respect your body and your self. You should take rest when you sick . Anyone no eat the junk food because it are harmful for body and eat the healthy food so we live happy without any diseases. We should drink lots of water . Drink a minimum 8-10 glasses of water every day, depending on your physical activity. Reduce your monitor , mobile time . You dont see the mobile phone before sleeping. You can make good yourself by avoiding the stress because stress is causes of many diseases (dipression, insomnia) so reduce the stress and live without stress and happy .Get vaccination and keep distance in this time and wear the mask any time . Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 8 healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases. These are following: Handle & Prepare Food Safely. ... Wash Hands Often. ... Clean & Disinfect Commonly Used Surfaces. ... Cough & Sneeze Into Your Sleeve. ... Dont Share Personal Items. ... Get Vaccinated. ... Avoid Touching Wild Animals. Handle & Prepare Food Safely. ... Wash Hands Often. ... Clean & Disinfect Commonly Used Surfaces. ... Cough & Sneeze Into Your Sleeve. ... Dont Share Personal Items. ... Get Vaccinated. ... Avoid Touching Wild Animals

  • MEENAXI VERMA 3263 Hrs 46 Min 30 Sec

    #Meenaxi Verma#21046#B.sc B.ed 1st semester pcm#JVWU#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#Wash your hand with soap and water after touching dirty particles , before taking meal , after using bathroom. Cutting your finger nails regularly. Purification of drinking water. Start loving vegetables. In vegetable vitamins are present that are essential for our life and promote good health in every way. Respect your body and your self. You should take rest when you sick . Anyone no eat the junk food because it are harmful for body and eat the healthy food so we live happy without any diseases. We should drink lots of water . Drink a minimum 8-10 glasses of water every day, depending on your physical activity. Reduce your monitor , mobile time . You dont see the mobile phone before sleeping. You can make good yourself by avoiding the stress because stress is causes of many diseases (dipression, insomnia) so reduce the stress and live without stress and happy .Get vaccination and keep distance in this time and wear the mask any time . We should take proper sleep. Never compromise on your sleeping time . A good night sleep for 8 hours is very important to prevent various sleep problems.so always maintain proper sleep time it reduce sleep related diseases. We should do proper exercise for 30 minutes because that are beneficial for our body.it helps maintain healthy weight, decrease the tension and increase the energy level. We dont eat highly sugar items.Make a habit of applying a good sunscreen on your screen. Avoiding share personal items ( toothbrush, cup, glass, phone). Never share any items even with your family members. Clean and neat your home and surrounding areas. We should properly bath and remove dirt and odor from your body so we live happy and fresh mood .Eat a healthy breakfast and in night take low meal .so digestion problem not occur . Health improves by breathing exercises . Stretching us also a part of daily activities. Wash your hands often. Children should take recommended vaccine . Adult also takes Vaccine.Drain any standing water near your home to prevent mosquito from breeding. Check your neighbourhood and pick up to trash , discarded cans, bottles and other containers that can contain enough water to allow mosquito to breed. In addition to protect your pet animal , this will also protect you and your family.

  • VANDANA SHARMA 3267 Hrs 33 Min 33 Sec

    Handle & Prepare Food Safely. ... Wash Hands Often. ... Clean & Disinfect Commonly Used Surfaces. ... Cough & Sneeze Into Your Sleeve. ... Dont Share Personal Items. ... Get Vaccinated. ... Avoid Touching Wild Animals. Handle & Prepare Food Safely. ... Wash Hands Often. ... Clean & Disinfect Commonly Used Surfaces. ... Cough & Sneeze Into Your Sleeve. ... Dont Share Personal Items. ... Get Vaccinated. ... Avoid Touching Wild Animals.

  • BHAWANA DADHICH 3274 Hrs 57 Min 38 Sec

    #bhawana dadhich#jv-i/19/3254#b.a.b.ed 5th semester#jvwu# Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members

  • DIVYA KUMAWAT 3284 Hrs 42 Min 49 Sec

    Divya kumawat # jv-i/21/5178 # B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members

  • HIMANSHI KUMAWAT 3285 Hrs 10 Min 21 Sec

    Himanshi kumawat # jv- I/21/5172 # B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • HIMANSHI KUMAWAT 3285 Hrs 10 Min 42 Sec

    Himanshi kumawat # jv- I/21/5172 # B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • HIMANSHI KUMAWAT 3285 Hrs 11 Min 08 Sec

    Himanshi kumawat # jv- I/21/5172 # B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • HIMANSHI KUMAWAT 3285 Hrs 12 Min 11 Sec

    Himanshi kumawat # jv- I/21/5172 # B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • ANJALI KUMAWAT 3285 Hrs 24 Min 37 Sec

    Anjali kumawat # jv-i/21/5203 # B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases#One of the best ways to maintain your health is by taking care of yourself. If you want to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your old age without being injected with several different kinds of shots, then change your daily lifestyle because even the simplest little healthy modification can cause great benefits Healthy Habit to Avoid Disease # 1: Wash your hands often:Not washing hands before a meal is one of the fastest way you can fall ill. During our daily chores, we tend to touch several things at a time knowing and unknowingly. Due to this daily mechanism, germs can get easily transported from our hands to our mouth. Hence, always instill the habit of washing hands regularly to keep health problems at a hands distance. 2: Stop nose picking:This habit of digging gold’ is one of the worst health habits. Picking your nose constantly can cause and spread various infections like cold and flu since cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus. After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, will ensure that you land at the doctor’s clinic. Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling out sticky substance from your nose.3: Stretching is important:Make stretching a part of your daily activities. Since we spend most of our time ina office and infront of the computer, our muscles tend to become stiff and contracted. This stiffness can increase the risk of injuries and sever pains. To avoid these injuries. 4:Eat a healthy breakfast: Always make sure that you eat a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a eating a healthy breakfast in the morning will help you to avoid snacking during the rest of the day. You will prevent stomach upset which is caused due to digestion problem and weight gain. 5:Avoid sharing personal items Sharing personal items like razors, toothbrush and nail clips etc. can lead to germ transfer. Keep your personal items just for you. Never share any item even with your family members.

  • NISHEE VERMA* 3285 Hrs 53 Min 06 Sec

    Nishee Verma#jv-i/19/3297#ba.b.ed5th semester#jvwu#Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living things — the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections .•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth. •Wear gloves and/or face mask or goggles over your eyes/mouth, when appropriate. In some cases, protective clothing and equipment may been needed to prevent you from being infected by another person whom you might be caring for that has an infectious disease to prevent you from infecting others. •Don’t share personal items with others. Avoid sharing toothbrushes, razors, hypodermic needles, combs, and brushes. •Stay home when you are sick. Preferably confine yourself to an isolated area in your home to avoid spreading the possible contagious disease to family and friends. •Clean and disinfect common areas in your home or office. It is critical to regularly clean and disinfect your bathrooms and kitchen. Also, remember to disinfect your telephone, your cellphone, your TV remote controllers, and your computer keyboard. •Make use of condoms to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. One of the STDs is the HPV viruses which causes genital warts and cervical cancer. At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved eastward with American troops, then quickly spread, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in 24 months than AIDS killed in 24 years, more in one year than the Black Death killed in 10 years. According to Dr. Bob R. Robinson, a noted local epidemiologist, “Today, we know what causes many types of infectious diseases, but despite healthcare advances such as vaccines and antibiotics, modern medicine has not been able to “conquer” infectious microbes, mainly because of their amazing ability to change, adapt, evolve, and spread to new places.” Epidemiologists conclude that microbes can live in modern ventilation systems, travel to continents by airplane, but also by boat, train or car, and contaminate centrally-processed food products shipped to stores and restaurants in different locations. These microbes also benefit from increasing urbanization, misuse of antibiotics, and increased opportunities to “jump” from animals to humans as more people invade their habitat. Dr. Robinson adds, “The microbes which caused some of the worst pandemics/epidemics the world has faced are still smoldering in both remote and near areas of the world.” Therefore, while medical science strives to find more ways to prevent and treat known infectious diseases, we need to continue to practice healthy habits to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

  • PRIYANKA CHOUDHARY 3285 Hrs 53 Min 14 Sec

    Priyanka Choudhary #jv-i/19/3332#B.A.-B.ed 5th semester # jyoti Vidyapeeth womens university Jaipur # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases #Although it often takes a while to know exactly how new viruses are being spread, some general virus prevention tips have been proven to make a difference when faced with a range of different illnesses. Following these 10 easy steps to protect yourself is simple, but it can make all the difference when it comes to taking care of your health. 1. Wash your hands First and foremost, wash your hands regularly with soap and water – and do it properly. This means taking care to wash the backs of your hands, in-between fingers and under nails too for around 20 seconds before rinsing off. If you need help counting, you can sing Happy Birthday twice! 2. Carry hand sanitizer If you’re out and about, it can be hard to access water and soap regularly, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser with you and use it regularly. These are proven to be effective at killing germs and are travel-friendly too. 3. Cover your mouth and nose When you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on, make sure to cover your mouth and nose and expel it into your elbow instead. This helps prevent spreading germs through droplets. 4. Avoid touching your face Touching your face is an easy way to transmit bacteria, so avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose in particular. If you must, wash your hands thoroughly before. 5. Be extra vigilant with cleanliness at home and work Most of us don’t disinfect our surfaces (or our devices!) nearly often enough, yet given how often we touch them they can become a hotspot for bacteria. Use a disinfectant spray and clean regularly, paying particular attention to mobile phones, laptops and remote controls. 6. Practice social distancing Although it’s no fun to have to change or cancel your plans, when there’s a new virus outbreak this is often the most sensible course of action. Avoid people with any symptoms and keep away from busy areas such as concerts or public transport unless necessary. 7. Take care of your general health If you do catch a virus, having a strong immune system can help protect you, so take steps to boost your immune system by eating well, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep. 8. Be a savvy traveller When you’re using any form of public transport, try to keep a good distance from other people and avoid touching surfaces. Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after your journey to eliminate any germs you may have picked up. 9. Stay home if you have symptoms The last thing you want to do is be responsible for spreading a virus to other people, so if you have any symptoms that could be infectious, it’s better to be on the safe side and stay home until you feel better. 10. Seek medical advice If you have any concerns about your symptoms, seek medical advice as soon as possible from a healthcare professional

  • MUMAL RATHORE 3287 Hrs 08 Min 56 Sec

    Meena Sharma # Meena Sharma#jv-i/21/5227#B.sc-B.ed 1st semester # jyoti Vidyapeeth womens university Jaipur # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases #Although it often takes a while to know exactly how new viruses are being spread, some general virus prevention tips have been proven to make a difference when faced with a range of different illnesses. Following these 10 easy steps to protect yourself is simple, but it can make all the difference when it comes to taking care of your health. 1. Wash your hands First and foremost, wash your hands regularly with soap and water – and do it properly. This means taking care to wash the backs of your hands, in-between fingers and under nails too for around 20 seconds before rinsing off. If you need help counting, you can sing Happy Birthday twice! 2. Carry hand sanitizer If you’re out and about, it can be hard to access water and soap regularly, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser with you and use it regularly. These are proven to be effective at killing germs and are travel-friendly too. 3. Cover your mouth and nose When you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on, make sure to cover your mouth and nose and expel it into your elbow instead. This helps prevent spreading germs through droplets. 4. Avoid touching your face Touching your face is an easy way to transmit bacteria, so avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose in particular. If you must, wash your hands thoroughly before. 5. Be extra vigilant with cleanliness at home and work Most of us don’t disinfect our surfaces (or our devices!) nearly often enough, yet given how often we touch them they can become a hotspot for bacteria. Use a disinfectant spray and clean regularly, paying particular attention to mobile phones, laptops and remote controls. 6. Practice social distancing Although it’s no fun to have to change or cancel your plans, when there’s a new virus outbreak this is often the most sensible course of action. Avoid people with any symptoms and keep away from busy areas such as concerts or public transport unless necessary. 7. Take care of your general health If you do catch a virus, having a strong immune system can help protect you, so take steps to boost your immune system by eating well, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep. 8. Be a savvy traveller When you’re using any form of public transport, try to keep a good distance from other people and avoid touching surfaces. Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after your journey to eliminate any germs you may have picked up. 9. Stay home if you have symptoms The last thing you want to do is be responsible for spreading a virus to other people, so if you have any symptoms that could be infectious, it’s better to be on the safe side and stay home until you feel better. 10. Seek medical advice If you have any concerns about your symptoms, seek medical advice as soon as possible from a healthcare professional

  • SUMAN JAKHAD 3289 Hrs 51 Min 14 Sec

    Suman jakhad#jv-i/19/3296#b.a - b.ed 5th semester#jvwuHealthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases #Although it often takes a while to know exactly how new viruses are being spread, some general virus prevention tips have been proven to make a difference when faced with a range of different illnesses. Following these 10 easy steps to protect yourself is simple, but it can make all the difference when it comes to taking care of your health. 1. Wash your hands First and foremost, wash your hands regularly with soap and water – and do it properly. This means taking care to wash the backs of your hands, in-between fingers and under nails too for around 20 seconds before rinsing off. If you need help counting, you can sing Happy Birthday twice! 2. Carry hand sanitizer If you’re out and about, it can be hard to access water and soap regularly, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser with you and use it regularly. These are proven to be effective at killing germs and are travel-friendly too. 3. Cover your mouth and nose When you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on, make sure to cover your mouth and nose and expel it into your elbow instead. This helps prevent spreading germs through droplets. 4. Avoid touching your face Touching your face is an easy way to transmit bacteria, so avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose in particular. If you must, wash your hands thoroughly before. 5. Be extra vigilant with cleanliness at home and work Most of us don’t disinfect our surfaces (or our devices!) nearly often enough, yet given how often we touch them they can become a hotspot for bacteria. Use a disinfectant spray and clean regularly, paying particular attention to mobile phones, laptops and remote controls. 6. Practice social distancing Although it’s no fun to have to change or cancel your plans, when there’s a new virus outbreak this is often the most sensible course of action. Avoid people with any symptoms and keep away from busy areas such as concerts or public transport unless necessary. 7. Take care of your general health If you do catch a virus, having a strong immune system can help protect you, so take steps to boost your immune system by eating well, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep. 8. Be a savvy traveller When you’re using any form of public transport, try to keep a good distance from other people and avoid touching surfaces. Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after your journey to eliminate any germs you may have picked up. 9. Stay home if you have symptoms The last thing you want to do is be responsible for spreading a virus to other people, so if you have any symptoms that could be infectious, it’s better to be on the safe side and stay home until you feel better. 10. Seek medical advice If you have any concerns about your symptoms, seek medical advice as

  • SUNITA DEVI 3295 Hrs 32 Min 02 Sec

    Sunita devi # jv-i/19/3612 # B.A-B.ed 5th semester # jyoti Vidyapeeth womens university Jaipur # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases #Although it often takes a while to know exactly how new viruses are being spread, some general virus prevention tips have been proven to make a difference when faced with a range of different illnesses. Following these 10 easy steps to protect yourself is simple, but it can make all the difference when it comes to taking care of your health. 1. Wash your hands First and foremost, wash your hands regularly with soap and water – and do it properly. This means taking care to wash the backs of your hands, in-between fingers and under nails too for around 20 seconds before rinsing off. If you need help counting, you can sing Happy Birthday twice! 2. Carry hand sanitizer If you’re out and about, it can be hard to access water and soap regularly, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser with you and use it regularly. These are proven to be effective at killing germs and are travel-friendly too. 3. Cover your mouth and nose When you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on, make sure to cover your mouth and nose and expel it into your elbow instead. This helps prevent spreading germs through droplets. 4. Avoid touching your face Touching your face is an easy way to transmit bacteria, so avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose in particular. If you must, wash your hands thoroughly before. 5. Be extra vigilant with cleanliness at home and work Most of us don’t disinfect our surfaces (or our devices!) nearly often enough, yet given how often we touch them they can become a hotspot for bacteria. Use a disinfectant spray and clean regularly, paying particular attention to mobile phones, laptops and remote controls. 6. Practice social distancing Although it’s no fun to have to change or cancel your plans, when there’s a new virus outbreak this is often the most sensible course of action. Avoid people with any symptoms and keep away from busy areas such as concerts or public transport unless necessary. 7. Take care of your general health If you do catch a virus, having a strong immune system can help protect you, so take steps to boost your immune system by eating well, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep. 8. Be a savvy traveller When you’re using any form of public transport, try to keep a good distance from other people and avoid touching surfaces. Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after your journey to eliminate any germs you may have picked up. 9. Stay home if you have symptoms The last thing you want to do is be responsible for spreading a virus to other people, so if you have any symptoms that could be infectious, it’s better to be on the safe side and stay home until you feel better. 10. Seek medical advice If you have any concerns about your symptoms, seek medical advice as 

  • TAMANNA SUROLIYA 3310 Hrs 07 Min 44 Sec

    #Tamanna suroliya # jv-i/19/3269 # B.A-B.ed 5th semester # jyoti Vidyapeeth womens university Jaipur # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases #Although it often takes a while to know exactly how new viruses are being spread, some general virus prevention tips have been proven to make a difference when faced with a range of different illnesses. Following these 10 easy steps to protect yourself is simple, but it can make all the difference when it comes to taking care of your health. 1. Wash your hands First and foremost, wash your hands regularly with soap and water – and do it properly. This means taking care to wash the backs of your hands, in-between fingers and under nails too for around 20 seconds before rinsing off. If you need help counting, you can sing Happy Birthday twice! 2. Carry hand sanitizer If you’re out and about, it can be hard to access water and soap regularly, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser with you and use it regularly. These are proven to be effective at killing germs and are travel-friendly too. 3. Cover your mouth and nose When you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on, make sure to cover your mouth and nose and expel it into your elbow instead. This helps prevent spreading germs through droplets. 4. Avoid touching your face Touching your face is an easy way to transmit bacteria, so avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose in particular. If you must, wash your hands thoroughly before. 5. Be extra vigilant with cleanliness at home and work Most of us don’t disinfect our surfaces (or our devices!) nearly often enough, yet given how often we touch them they can become a hotspot for bacteria. Use a disinfectant spray and clean regularly, paying particular attention to mobile phones, laptops and remote controls. 6. Practice social distancing Although it’s no fun to have to change or cancel your plans, when there’s a new virus outbreak this is often the most sensible course of action. Avoid people with any symptoms and keep away from busy areas such as concerts or public transport unless necessary. 7. Take care of your general health If you do catch a virus, having a strong immune system can help protect you, so take steps to boost your immune system by eating well, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep. 8. Be a savvy traveller When you’re using any form of public transport, try to keep a good distance from other people and avoid touching surfaces. Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after your journey to eliminate any germs you may have picked up. 9. Stay home if you have symptoms The last thing you want to do is be responsible for spreading a virus to other people, so if you have any symptoms that could be infectious, it’s better to be on the safe side and stay home until you feel better. 10. Seek medical advice If you have any concerns about your symptoms, seek medical advice as soon as possible from a healthcare professional

  • TAMANNA SUROLIYA 3310 Hrs 07 Min 59 Sec

    #Tamanna suroliya # jv-i/19/3269 # B.A-B.ed 5th semester # jyoti Vidyapeeth womens university Jaipur # Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases #Although it often takes a while to know exactly how new viruses are being spread, some general virus prevention tips have been proven to make a difference when faced with a range of different illnesses. Following these 10 easy steps to protect yourself is simple, but it can make all the difference when it comes to taking care of your health. 1. Wash your hands First and foremost, wash your hands regularly with soap and water – and do it properly. This means taking care to wash the backs of your hands, in-between fingers and under nails too for around 20 seconds before rinsing off. If you need help counting, you can sing Happy Birthday twice! 2. Carry hand sanitizer If you’re out and about, it can be hard to access water and soap regularly, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser with you and use it regularly. These are proven to be effective at killing germs and are travel-friendly too. 3. Cover your mouth and nose When you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on, make sure to cover your mouth and nose and expel it into your elbow instead. This helps prevent spreading germs through droplets. 4. Avoid touching your face Touching your face is an easy way to transmit bacteria, so avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose in particular. If you must, wash your hands thoroughly before. 5. Be extra vigilant with cleanliness at home and work Most of us don’t disinfect our surfaces (or our devices!) nearly often enough, yet given how often we touch them they can become a hotspot for bacteria. Use a disinfectant spray and clean regularly, paying particular attention to mobile phones, laptops and remote controls. 6. Practice social distancing Although it’s no fun to have to change or cancel your plans, when there’s a new virus outbreak this is often the most sensible course of action. Avoid people with any symptoms and keep away from busy areas such as concerts or public transport unless necessary. 7. Take care of your general health If you do catch a virus, having a strong immune system can help protect you, so take steps to boost your immune system by eating well, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep. 8. Be a savvy traveller When you’re using any form of public transport, try to keep a good distance from other people and avoid touching surfaces. Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after your journey to eliminate any germs you may have picked up. 9. Stay home if you have symptoms The last thing you want to do is be responsible for spreading a virus to other people, so if you have any symptoms that could be infectious, it’s better to be on the safe side and stay home until you feel better. 10. Seek medical advice If you have any concerns about your symptoms, seek medical advice as soon as possible from a healthcare professional

  • SWATI SINGH 3310 Hrs 11 Min 50 Sec

    #SWATI SINGH #JV-i/19/3273#B.A-B.Ed 5thsem #JVWU# Infection control practices are critical to reduce the transmission of infections from one person to another, such as from a healthcare worker to a patient or vice versa. See. Everyday healthy habits that prevent the spread of disease Infection control practices for health care settings and long-term care facilities.In health care and public health practice settings, infection control includes various measures that prevent and contain the spread of infectious disease. These measures include: #Hand Washing#Infection control standard, contact, droplet and airborne precautions Procedures for decontamination of persons and disinfection of equipment and the environment #Quarantine of contacts (if necessary)#Prophylaxis of exposed individuals#Control of the vectors of infection Immunisation is a way of preventing infectious diseases. Some infectious diseases can be spread by touching a surface or object that has been contaminated by an infected person.Regularly cleaning household surfaces that are frequently touched will help reduce the spread of infections. Some examples of frequently used surfaces include tables, bench tops, door handles, light switches, toys and taps. Clean surfaces with hot soapy water or your normal household cleaning product. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions on correct product use. Where possible, use disposable cloths or paper towels to clean surfaces. Reusable cloths should be disinfected and then dried after use, as bacteria and viruses can still survive on damp cloths.Most diseases are preventable to a greater or lesser degree, the chief exceptions being the idiopathic diseases, such as the inherited metabolic defects. In the case of those diseases resulting from environmental exposures, prevention is a matter of eliminating, or sharply reducing, the factors responsible in the environment. Because chemicals and other substances and materials originate largely from human activities, prevention ought to be a simple matter of the application of well-established principles of industrial hygiene. In practice, however, this is often difficult to achieve. The infectious diseases may be prevented in one of two general ways: (1) by preventing contact, and therefore transmission of infection, between the susceptible host and the source of infection and (2) by rendering the host unsusceptible, either by selective breeding or by induction of an effective artificial immunity. The nature of the specific preventive measures, and their efficacy, varies from one disease to another. THANK YOU

  • BHAWANA DADHICH 3310 Hrs 26 Min 02 Sec

    #Rubina pawar#jv-i/19/3465# Ba -b.ed 5th semester# jayoti vidhyapedth womens university# healthy habits which prevent from infectious disease.Although we know that microscopic living microbes cause disease, how they do so is not always obvious. But we do know that most microbes enter through openings in the body—our noses, mouths, ears, anuses, and genital passages. They can also be transmitted through our skin through insect or animal bites. The best way to prevent infections is to block pathogens from entering the body. The first line of defense is to keep germs at bay by following good personal hygiene habits. Prevent infection before it begins and avoid spreading it to others with these easy measures. 1.Wash your hands well. You probably wash your hands after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food, and after gardening or other dirty tasks. You should also wash up after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; feeding or stroking your pet; or visiting or caring for a sick person. Wet your hands thoroughly. Lather up with soap or cleanser, and rub it into the palms and backs of your hands and your wrists. Be sure to clean your fingertips, under your nails and between your fingers. Rinse under running water. Dry your hands and wrists thoroughly. 2.Cover a cough. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough, then dispose of it. If no tissue is handy, cough or sneeze into your elbow rather than into your hands. 3.Wash and bandage all cuts. Any serious cut or animal or human bite should be examined by a doctor. 4.Avoid direct contact with napkins, tissues, handkerchiefs, or similar items used by others. Although most cases of food-borne infection are not dangerous, some can lead to serious medical conditions, including kidney failure and meningitis. You can prevent infections by food-borne pathogens in your household by preparing and storing foods safely. The following precautions will help kill microbes that are present in the food you buy and help you avoid introducing new microbes into your food at home: 1.Rinse all meat, poultry, fish, fruits, and vegetables under running water before cooking or serving them. 2.Wash your hands with soap and water before and after you handle raw meat. 3.Separate raw foods and cooked foods. Dont use the same utensils or cutting boards with cooked meat that were used to prepare the raw meat without washing between uses.

  • AKANSHA KAPRI 3310 Hrs 40 Min 37 Sec

    #Akansha kapri #Ba-B.ed 3rd semester #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Jaipur #topic:- Healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases. 1.Get the appropriate vaccine. 2.Wash your hands frequently. 3.Practice physical distancing from members outside your household, when appropriate (staying more than 2 metres (6 feet) apart). 4.Stay home if you are sick (so you do not spread the illness to other people). 5.Use a tissue, or cough and sneeze into your arm, not your hand and turn away from other people. 6.Use single-use tissues. Dispose of the tissue immediately. 7.Wash your hands after coughing, sneezing or using tissues. 8.If working with children, have them play with hard surface toys that can be easily cleaned and disinfected. 9.Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands (viruses can enter your body from unwashed hands). 10.Do not share cups, glasses, dishes, cutlery, cigarettes or cellphones. 11.When recommended by public health authorities, wear a non-medical mask when in a public space and physical distancing cannot be maintained.

  • ANSHIKA JAIN 3310 Hrs 40 Min 59 Sec

    Komal Choudhary#jv-i/19/3528#ba.b.ed5th semester#jvwu#Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living thing— the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections .•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth. •Wear gloves and/or face mask or goggles over your eyes/mouth, when appropriate. In some cases, protective clothing and equipment may been needed to prevent you from being infected by another person whom you might be caring for that has an infectious disease to prevent you from infecting others. •Don’t share personal items with others. Avoid sharing toothbrushes, razors, hypodermic needles, combs, and brushes. •Stay home when you are sick. Preferably confine yourself to an isolated area in your home to avoid spreading the possible contagious disease to family and friends. •Clean and disinfect common areas in your home or office. It is critical to regularly clean and disinfect your bathrooms and kitchen. Also, remember to disinfect your telephone, your cellphone, your TV remote controllers, and your computer keyboard. •Make use of condoms to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. One of the STDs is the HPV viruses which causes genital warts and cervical cancer. At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved eastward with American troops, then quickly spread, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in 24 months than AIDS killed in 24 years, more in one year than the Black Death killed in 10 years. According to Dr. Bob R. Robinson, a noted local epidemiologist, “Today, we know what causes many types of infectious diseases, but despite healthcare advances such as vaccines and antibiotics, modern medicine has not been able to “conquer” infectious microbes, mainly because of their amazing ability to change, adapt, evolve, and spread to new places.” Epidemiologists conclude that microbes can live in modern ventilation systems, travel to continents by airplane, but also by boat, train or car, and contaminate centrally-processed food products shipped to stores and restaurants in different locations. These microbes also benefit from increasing urbanization, misuse of antibiotics, and increased opportunities to “jump” from animals to humans as more people invade their habitat. Dr. Robinson adds, “The microbes which caused some of the worst pandemics/epidemics the world has faced are still smoldering in both remote and near areas of the world.” Therefore, while medical science strives to find more ways to prevent and treat known infectious diseases, we need to continue to practice healthy habits to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

  • MS. KAVITA CHOUDHARY 3310 Hrs 44 Min 47 Sec

    Kavita Choudhary#jv-i/19/3238#ba.b.ed5th semester#jvwu#Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living things — the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections .•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth. •Wear gloves and/or face mask or goggles over your eyes/mouth, when appropriate. In some cases, protective clothing and equipment may been needed to prevent you from being infected by another person whom you might be caring for that has an infectious disease to prevent you from infecting others. •Don’t share personal items with others. Avoid sharing toothbrushes, razors, hypodermic needles, combs, and brushes. •Stay home when you are sick. Preferably confine yourself to an isolated area in your home to avoid spreading the possible contagious disease to family and friends. •Clean and disinfect common areas in your home or office. It is critical to regularly clean and disinfect your bathrooms and kitchen. Also, remember to disinfect your telephone, your cellphone, your TV remote controllers, and your computer keyboard. •Make use of condoms to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. One of the STDs is the HPV viruses which causes genital warts and cervical cancer. At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved eastward with American troops, then quickly spread, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in 24 months than AIDS killed in 24 years, more in one year than the Black Death killed in 10 years. According to Dr. Bob R. Robinson, a noted local epidemiologist, “Today, we know what causes many types of infectious diseases, but despite healthcare advances such as vaccines and antibiotics, modern medicine has not been able to “conquer” infectious microbes, mainly because of their amazing ability to change, adapt, evolve, and spread to new places.” Epidemiologists conclude that microbes can live in modern ventilation systems, travel to continents by airplane, but also by boat, train or car, and contaminate centrally-processed food products shipped to stores and restaurants in different locations. These microbes also benefit from increasing urbanization, misuse of antibiotics, and increased opportunities to “jump” from animals to humans as more people invade their habitat. Dr. Robinson adds, “The microbes which caused some of the worst pandemics/epidemics the world has faced are still smoldering in both remote and near areas of the world.” Therefore, while medical science strives to find more ways to prevent and treat known infectious diseases, we need to continue to practice healthy habits to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

  • KASHISH 3311 Hrs 01 Min 38 Sec

    #Kashish#JV-I/21/5338#BscBed(ZBC)#1st sem#JVWU#Healthy habits which prevent from infectious diseases# Although we know that microscopic living microbes cause disease, how they do so is not always obvious. But we do know that most microbes enter through openings in the body—our noses, mouths, ears, anuses, and genital passages. They can also be transmitted through our skin through insect or animal bites. The best way to prevent infections is to block pathogens from entering the body. The first line of defense is to keep germs at bay by following good personal hygiene habits. Prevent infection before it begins and avoid spreading it to others with these easy measures. 1.Wash your hands well. You probably wash your hands after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food, and after gardening or other dirty tasks. You should also wash up after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; feeding or stroking your pet; or visiting or caring for a sick person. Wet your hands thoroughly. Lather up with soap or cleanser, and rub it into the palms and backs of your hands and your wrists. Be sure to clean your fingertips, under your nails and between your fingers. Rinse under running water. Dry your hands and wrists thoroughly. 2.Cover a cough. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough, then dispose of it. If no tissue is handy, cough or sneeze into your elbow rather than into your hands. 3.Wash and bandage all cuts. Any serious cut or animal or human bite should be examined by a doctor. 4.Avoid direct contact with napkins, tissues, handkerchiefs, or similar items used by others. Although most cases of food-borne infection are not dangerous, some can lead to serious medical conditions, including kidney failure and meningitis. You can prevent infections by food-borne pathogens in your household by preparing and storing foods safely. The following precautions will help kill microbes that are present in the food you buy and help you avoid introducing new microbes into your food at home: 1.Rinse all meat, poultry, fish, fruits, and vegetables under running water before cooking or serving them. 2.Wash your hands with soap and water before and after you handle raw meat. 3.Separate raw foods and cooked foods. Dont use the same utensils or cutting boards with cooked meat that were used to prepare the raw meat without washing between uses.

  • NIKITA KUMARI 3311 Hrs 09 Min 02 Sec

    #Akansha kapri #Ba-B.ed 3rd semester #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Jaipur #topic:- Healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases. 1.Get the appropriate vaccine. 2.Wash your hands frequently. 3.Practice physical distancing from members outside your household, when appropriate (staying more than 2 metres (6 feet) apart). 4.Stay home if you are sick (so you do not spread the illness to other people). 5.Use a tissue, or cough and sneeze into your arm, not your hand and turn away from other people. 6.Use single-use tissues. Dispose of the tissue immediately. 7.Wash your hands after coughing, sneezing or using tissues. 8.If working with children, have them play with hard surface toys that can be easily cleaned and disinfected. 9.Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands (viruses can enter your body from unwashed hands). 10.Do not share cups, glasses, dishes, cutlery, cigarettes or cellphones. 11.When recommended by public health authorities, wear a non-medical mask when in a public space and physical distancing cannot be maintained.

  • NISHIKA KALAL 3311 Hrs 11 Min 07 Sec

    #Akansha kapri #Ba-B.ed 3rd semester #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Jaipur #topic:- Healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases. 1.Get the appropriate vaccine. 2.Wash your hands frequently. 3.Practice physical distancing from members outside your household, when appropriate (staying more than 2 metres (6 feet) apart). 4.Stay home if you are sick (so you do not spread the illness to other people). 5.Use a tissue, or cough and sneeze into your arm, not your hand and turn away from other people. 6.Use single-use tissues. Dispose of the tissue immediately. 7.Wash your hands after coughing, sneezing or using tissues. 8.If working with children, have them play with hard surface toys that can be easily cleaned and disinfected. 9.Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands (viruses can enter your body from unwashed hands). 10.Do not share cups, glasses, dishes, cutlery, cigarettes or cellphones. 11.When recommended by public health authorities, wear a non-medical mask when in a public space and physical distancing cannot be maintained.

  • MS. ANTIMA SHARMA 3311 Hrs 11 Min 11 Sec

    Antima Sharma#jv-i/19/3736#ba.b.ed5th semester#jvwu#Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living things — the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections .•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth. •Wear gloves and/or face mask or goggles over your eyes/mouth, when appropriate. In some cases, protective clothing and equipment may been needed to prevent you from being infected by another person whom you might be caring for that has an infectious disease to prevent you from infecting others. •Don’t share personal items with others. Avoid sharing toothbrushes, razors, hypodermic needles, combs, and brushes. •Stay home when you are sick. Preferably confine yourself to an isolated area in your home to avoid spreading the possible contagious disease to family and friends. •Clean and disinfect common areas in your home or office. It is critical to regularly clean and disinfect your bathrooms and kitchen. Also, remember to disinfect your telephone, your cellphone, your TV remote controllers, and your computer keyboard. •Make use of condoms to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. One of the STDs is the HPV viruses which causes genital warts and cervical cancer. At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved eastward with American troops, then quickly spread, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in 24 months than AIDS killed in 24 years, more in one year than the Black Death killed in 10 years. According to Dr. Bob R. Robinson, a noted local epidemiologist, “Today, we know what causes many types of infectious diseases, but despite healthcare advances such as vaccines and antibiotics, modern medicine has not been able to “conquer” infectious microbes, mainly because of their amazing ability to change, adapt, evolve, and spread to new places.” Epidemiologists conclude that microbes can live in modern ventilation systems, travel to continents by airplane, but also by boat, train or car, and contaminate centrally-processed food products shipped to stores and restaurants in different locations. These microbes also benefit from increasing urbanization, misuse of antibiotics, and increased opportunities to “jump” from animals to humans as more people invade their habitat. Dr. Robinson adds, “The microbes which caused some of the worst pandemics/epidemics the world has faced are still smoldering in both remote and near areas of the world.” Therefore, while medical science strives to find more ways to prevent and treat known infectious diseases, we need to continue to practice healthy habits to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

  • NIKKU CHOUDHARY 3311 Hrs 12 Min 00 Sec

    #Kashish#JV-I/21/5338#BscBed(ZBC)#1st sem#JVWU#Healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases# Although we know that microscopic living microbes cause disease, how they do so is not always obvious. But we do know that most microbes enter through openings in the body—our noses, mouths, ears, anuses, and genital passages. They can also be transmitted through our skin through insect or animal bites. The best way to prevent infections is to block pathogens from entering the body. The first line of defense is to keep germs at bay by following good personal hygiene habits. Prevent infection before it begins and avoid spreading it to others with these easy measures. 1.Wash your hands well. You probably wash your hands after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food, and after gardening or other dirty tasks. You should also wash up after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; feeding or stroking your pet; or visiting or caring for a sick person. Wet your hands thoroughly. Lather up with soap or cleanser, and rub it into the palms and backs of your hands and your wrists. Be sure to clean your fingertips, under your nails and between your fingers. Rinse under running water. Dry your hands and wrists thoroughly. 2.Cover a cough. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough, then dispose of it. If no tissue is handy, cough or sneeze into your elbow rather than into your hands. 3.Wash and bandage all cuts. Any serious cut or animal or human bite should be examined by a doctor. 4.Avoid direct contact with napkins, tissues, handkerchiefs, or similar items used by others. 5.Dont share dishes, glasses, or eating utensils. Although most cases of food-borne infection are not dangerous, some can lead to serious medical conditions, including kidney failure and meningitis. You can prevent infections by food-borne pathogens in your household by preparing and storing foods safely. The following precautions will help kill microbes that are present in the food you buy and help you avoid introducing new microbes into your food at home: 1.Rinse all meat, poultry, fish, fruits, and vegetables under running water before cooking or serving them. 2.Wash your hands with soap and water before and after you handle raw meat. 3.Separate raw foods and cooked foods. Dont use the same utensils or cutting boards with cooked meat that were used to prepare the raw meat without washing between uses.

  • NISHIKA KALAL 3311 Hrs 13 Min 43 Sec

    #Akansha kapri #Ba-B.ed 3rd semester #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Jaipur #topic:- Healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases. 1.Get the appropriate vaccine. 2.Wash your hands frequently. 3.Practice physical distancing from members outside your household, when appropriate (staying more than 2 metres (6 feet) apart). 4.Stay home if you are sick (so you do not spread the illness to other people). 5.Use a tissue, or cough and sneeze into your arm, not your hand and turn away from other people. 6.Use single-use tissues. Dispose of the tissue immediately. 7.Wash your hands after coughing, sneezing or using tissues. 8.If working with children, have them play with hard surface toys that can be easily cleaned and disinfected. 9.Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands (viruses can enter your body from unwashed hands). 10.Do not share cups, glasses, dishes, cutlery, cigarettes or cellphones. 11.When recommended by public health authorities, wear a non-medical mask when in a public space and physical distancing cannot be maintained.

  • MEGHA UPADHYAY 3311 Hrs 14 Min 26 Sec

    #Megha upadhyay#B.A-B.Ed #5thsem# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living things — the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections.Based upon research over the years, we have learned ways to help prevent contracting and spreading many types of infectious diseases. Some infectious diseases can be prevented in most part by being vaccinated, but there are some viruses which have no currently known and available vaccines. There are other ways in which we need to consider and advocate to others to help prevent the spread of communicable and infectious diseases via some healthy habits:•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth

  • ANSHIKA JAIN 3311 Hrs 19 Min 05 Sec

    Anshika Jain#jv-i/19/3279#ba.b.ed5th semester#jvwu#Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living things — the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections .•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth. •Wear gloves and/or face mask or goggles over your eyes/mouth, when appropriate. In some cases, protective clothing and equipment may been needed to prevent you from being infected by another person whom you might be caring for that has an infectious disease to prevent you from infecting others. •Don’t share personal items with others. Avoid sharing toothbrushes, razors, hypodermic needles, combs, and brushes. •Stay home when you are sick. Preferably confine yourself to an isolated area in your home to avoid spreading the possible contagious disease to family and friends. •Clean and disinfect common areas in your home or office. It is critical to regularly clean and disinfect your bathrooms and kitchen. Also, remember to disinfect your telephone, your cellphone, your TV remote controllers, and your computer keyboard. •Make use of condoms to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. One of the STDs is the HPV viruses which causes genital warts and cervical cancer. At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved eastward with American troops, then quickly spread, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in 24 months than AIDS killed in 24 years, more in one year than the Black Death killed in 10 years. According to Dr. Bob R. Robinson, a noted local epidemiologist, “Today, we know what causes many types of infectious diseases, but despite healthcare advances such as vaccines and antibiotics, modern medicine has not been able to “conquer” infectious microbes, mainly because of their amazing ability to change, adapt, evolve, and spread to new places.” Epidemiologists conclude that microbes can live in modern ventilation systems, travel to continents by airplane, but also by boat, train or car, and contaminate centrally-processed food products shipped to stores and restaurants in different locations. These microbes also benefit from increasing urbanization, misuse of antibiotics, and increased opportunities to “jump” from animals to humans as more people invade their habitat. Dr. Robinson adds, “The microbes which caused some of the worst pandemics/epidemics the world has faced are still smoldering in both remote and near areas of the world.” Therefore, while medical science strives to find more ways to prevent and treat known infectious diseases, we need to continue to practice healthy habits to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

  • NISHIKA KALAL 3311 Hrs 21 Min 06 Sec

    #Nishika kalal #Ba-B.ed 3rd semester #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University, Jaipur #topic:- Healthy Habits which prevent from infectious diseases. Prevent infection before it begins and avoid spreading it to others with these easy measures. 1)Wash your hands well. You probably wash your hand s after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food, and after gardening or other dirty tasks. You should also wash up after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; feeding or stroking your pet; or visiting or caring for a sick person. Wet your hands thoroughly. Lather up with soap or cleanser, and rub it into the palms and backs of your hands and your wrists. Be sure to clean your fingertips, under your nails and between your fingers. Rinse under running water. Dry your hands and wrists thoroughly. 2)Cover a cough. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough, then dispose of it. If no tissue is handy, cough or sneeze into your elbow rather than into your hands. 3)Wash and bandage all cuts. Any serious cut or animal or human bite should be examined by a doctor. 4)Do not pick at healing wounds or blemishes, or squeeze pimples. 5)Dont share dishes, glasses, or eating utensils. 6)Avoid direct contact with napkins, tissues, handkerchiefs, or similar items used by others.

  • MS. KOMAL MEHTA 3311 Hrs 25 Min 25 Sec

    Komal Mehta#jv-i/19/3256#ba.b.ed5th semester#jvwu#Healthy Habits which Prevent From Infectious Diseases# Our beautiful world is full of wondrous and amazing living things. However, some of the most smallest of these living things — the microbes, germs, viruses — can cause serious illness and even death to humans, animals, and plants in a very short time. Seniors are most susceptible to acquiring and spreading of infectious diseases because of several reasons. As our bodies age, our immune system weakens. Some seniors become frail and lack proper nutrition, exercise, and hygiene. Many seniors have or acquire medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and dementia to predispose infections. Seniors are more likely to have frequent and extended hospital and long-term care stays where they are more prone to be exposed to potential infectious diseases. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1/3 (33%) of all deaths in seniors over the age of 65 resulted from infectious diseases. The most common of infectious diseases in the elderly are urinary tract infections, skin infections, pneumonia, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections .•Get immunizations at the appropriate times and ages. Vaccines can prevent many infections diseases. Also remember to obtain adult booster shots. If you are traveling to certain foreign countries, make sure to check on the needed immunizations needed for such travel destinations. •Handle and prepare food safely. Wash your hands, utensils, and surfaces before and after preparing foods, wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, cook and keep foods at proper temperatures, do not leave food out for a long period of time and refrigerate foods promptly. •Wash hands thoroughly and often to prevent the spread of diseases and viruses. There are many key times when you should consider washing your hands before and after, such as when using the bathroom, eating, changing diapers, treating a cut or wound, caring for a sick person, removing a mask or protective clothing, after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, touching another person’s body or hands, touching a pet or animal, handling garbage or sewage, or even when touching frequently handled items, like doorknobs, dirty dishes, dirty laundry, dirty diapers, or trash containers. Experts tell us to wash with soap and water thoroughly for at least 20 seconds, but if soap and water are not available to use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol to wash our hands. •Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing. It is better to use a tissue to cough/sneeze into and then toss it in the trash and then wash your hands. However, if tissue is not available, turn your head and cough into the sleeve of your shirt. Coughing or sneezing into your hands is not recommended as your hands will spread the germs on whatever your touch. If you are in a closed area on an airplane, train, or bus, it is recommended to try to avoid being close to a person who is coughing or sneezing as viruses and germs are airborne and may be contagious; otherwise shelter your nose and mouth. •Wear gloves and/or face mask or goggles over your eyes/mouth, when appropriate. In some cases, protective clothing and equipment may been needed to prevent you from being infected by another person whom you might be caring for that has an infectious disease to prevent you from infecting others. •Don’t share personal items with others. Avoid sharing toothbrushes, razors, hypodermic needles, combs, and brushes. •Stay home when you are sick. Preferably confine yourself to an isolated area in your home to avoid spreading the possible contagious disease to family and friends. •Clean and disinfect common areas in your home or office. It is critical to regularly clean and disinfect your bathrooms and kitchen. Also, remember to disinfect your telephone, your cellphone, your TV remote controllers, and your computer keyboard. •Make use of condoms to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. One of the STDs is the HPV viruses which causes genital warts and cervical cancer. At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved eastward with American troops, then quickly spread, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in 24 months than AIDS killed in 24 years, more in one year than the Black Death killed in 10 years. According to Dr. Bob R. Robinson, a noted local epidemiologist, “Today, we know what causes many types of infectious diseases, but despite healthcare advances such as vaccines and antibiotics, modern medicine has not been able to “conquer” infectious microbes, mainly because of their amazing ability to change, adapt, evolve, and spread to new places.” Epidemiologists conclude that microbes can live in modern ventilation systems, travel to continents by airplane, but also by boat, train or car, and contaminate centrally-processed food products shipped to stores and restaurants in different locations. These microbes also benefit from increasing urbanization, misuse of antibiotics, and increased opportunities to “jump” from animals to humans as more people invade their habitat. Dr. Robinson adds, “The microbes which caused some of the worst pandemics/epidemics the world has faced are still smoldering in both remote and near areas of the world.” Therefore, while medical science strives to find more ways to prevent and treat known infectious diseases, we need to continue to practice healthy habits to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.